Current airway management practices after a failed intubation attempt in Australian and New Zealand emergency departments – Arnold – – Emergency Medicine Australasia – Wiley Online Library

Current airway management practices after a failed intubation attempt in Australian and New Zealand emergency departments – Arnold – – Emergency Medicine Australasia – Wiley Online Library — Read on onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1742-6723.13729

The Shocked Intubation: Definitive Airway Sans Hypotension — Taming the SRU

Not many aspects of Emergency Medicine define our specialty better than resuscitation, and few concepts exemplify resuscitation better than shock and intubation. Yet few words together strike greater fear in the minds of savvy resuscitationists. Not because we cannot deftly manage shock, or because we are anything but hardy intubators, but because the swiftest way… viaContinue reading “The Shocked Intubation: Definitive Airway Sans Hypotension — Taming the SRU”

Pre-hospital advanced airway management by anaesthetist and nurse anaesthetist critical care teams: a prospective observational study of 2028 pre-hospital tracheal intubations

First look snake stuff

Dr Alan Garner has been here before, asking whether we’re asking the wrong questions when we try to measure quality advanced airway care. Here’s a fresh bit of research that adds to the discussion. Unintended consequences would hardly be a new thing in medicine or in any other endeavour. Here is one of my favouriteContinue reading “First look snake stuff”